Originally Posted by Arkious
so does that mean i am unable to modify the bios or it a limitation?
sorry i thought you want to change voltage
you can edit any bios with Kepler Bios Tweaker
but you need to be careful , run Gpuz and click the bios icon save a copy of your bios then edit that copy with Kepler Bios Tweaker
always keep an extra copy of your stock bios if something go's wrong
Originally Posted by SoCalDJ
Ok so I'm completely baffled at this point as to where I should go from there.
I've got an EVGA 770 GTX with the dual bios feature (Great if I screw up one!). And so far I've been able to get it stable at 1254 max boost @ 1.2v. The problem I've got is I can't get it to go to 1.212v at ALL no matter what I do. I've tried unistalling drivers, unistalling Afterburner/PrecisionX, I've tried modding the bios, tried the afterburner softmods to no avail (I Get 'invalid' when trying to do the softmod). I've managed to increase the TDP/Power targets but I can't seem to get the voltage to go up.
I'm on water so ideally I'd like to be at 1.225v-1.25v everyday but at this point I'd settle for pretty much anything over the stock 1.2v.
Here's my original bios:
you can get that card to run even to 1.3 Ghz with 1.212 V
to do the softmod change your date to 2012 and run the old version of AB
Try this again
Now open the: VEN_10DE&DEV_1004&SUBSYS_27843842&REV_A1&BUS_3&DEV_0&FN_0.... files inside the profiles folder and add